You are in Guest mode. If you want to post, you'll need to register (we promise it's painless).
Registered users should log in now. (Forgot your password?)

Guest-accessible forum This forum allows unregistered guests access to read. You must register to post in this forum.

Photography.94

Night Shots

--------

{Photography.94.17}: David Burke {tualatin} Sun, 13 Aug 2006 02:57:10 CDT (15 lines)

>>Since moving my attention to commercial areas I'm finding it much
more difficult to get the sky effects.

The flatter more "difficult to get sky effects" in commercial areas
is a statement on excess commercialism itself. The sinister Lynchian
quality of the light fits so well. Am curious, is wasting energy by
such benign night lighting becoming an issue in USA? I remember when
sodium vapor lighting was introduced, in the more conservation-minded
1970s, because of its lower energy use. Far redder than the old blue-
green cast of metal hallide lights. Would imagine new less-energy
intensive illumination technology is emerging (as well as nuclear
power possibly making a comeback).

You ever accidentally set off an alarm at one of the joints you've
photographed?

Guest-accessible forum This forum allows unregistered guests access to read. You must register to post in this forum.

You are in Guest mode. If you want to post, you'll need to register (we promise it's painless).
Registered users should log in now. (Forgot your password?)

The New Café  Home | Your Hotlist and Directory | Independent Partner Forums |
FAQ | User Guidelines | Privacy Policy